Potential Clients


At East House, we are focused on helping adults in recovery from mental illness and substance use disorder to live independent and fulfilling lives. Through a network of services, which includes supported housing and care coordination as well as education and employment programs, East House treats the whole person and helps move individuals from illness to health. If you are interested in East House programs and services, you must have a referral from a community provider.


-Mental Health Residential Program-

If you are interested in East House’s mental health residential program, a complete referral is necessary. All referrals to the East House mental health program are submitted by mental health providers through the Single Point of Access (SPOA) application. For the Monroe County Single Point of Access application (SPOA), please Click Here.


-Substance Use Disorder Residential Program-

If you are interested in our substance use disorders residential program, a complete referral is necessary. All referrals to the East House substance use disorder program are submitted by community providers through the Monroe County OASAS Residential Application. For the Monroe County OASAS Residential application, please Click Here.


-Supportive Housing Services-

If you would like to know more about East House’s supportive housing services, please contact the Admissions Team today at admissions@easthouse.org or 585-238-4800. Please note: All East House Supportive Housing referrals are submitted by providers through the Single Point of Access (SPOA) application.


-Questions?-

Please contact the East House Admissions Team at admissions@easthouse.org,
call 844-2LIVEFORWARD (844-254-8336), or fax 585-230-8998

To make your application process easier, please complete this consent form with the individuals (therapist, doctor, family, counselors, treatment centers) you would like to have included in your admission process.

Please note: All eligible applicants will have financial case management coordination as part of their referral intake process to identify funding sources.